Israel is mulling stronger military action after a spike in Palestinian rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip on southern Israeli cities.
Part of Israel's preparation is informing the international community what Israelis are facing on a daily basis.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu briefed some 70 foreign ambassadors and diplomats in the southern Israeli coastal city of Ashkelon, well within range of rockets from the Gaza Strip.
"If an alarm is sounded, all of us have exactly 30 seconds to find shelter," Netanyahu told the diplomats.
The invitation came as more than 120 rockets pummeled southern Israel in a 48-hour period, scoring several direct hits, closing schools, and sending shock waves throughout the south.
"This is the situation in which 1 million Israelis find themselves in," Netanyahu continued. "That's families, old people, children, babies...(who) are targeted on a daily basis by people who took areas that we vacated, that the government of Israel vacated, came in there, and are now hiding behind civilians, while firing on civilians, firing on our children."
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SOURCE: Charisma News